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  FOX    Right This Minute  

    August 20, 2014
    9:30 - 10:01am PDT  

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hi, everybody, i'm beth troutman, we have great videos right here "right this minute." ♪ >> a flag man signals in a speedway race, and the action is on. why the real action is off the track. a guy having a bad day rams the driver in front of him. >> you start seeing pieces of the car flying through the air. >> now, get the real story behind the video that had people freaking out. >> we had 37 e-mails to our local law enforcement, and a
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detective showed up. >> playing with the crocodile seems crazy, but dr. >> see what happens what the guy does. >> when flashing turns to kissing. >> a music festival. why it's who they twerk out is the shorker. >> don't point your butt at the kids. >> gentlemen, start your engines, and then duck. this is at ocean speedway in california. that guy with the flag, that's keith, the flag man. >> glad you explained the guy with the flag was the flag man. i was confused. >> i know you're not a race fan, but to clear it up. >> the flag man is the guy with the flag. >> sprint car racing, he has his green flag, waving it vigorously to let the field know it's time to put the pedal to the metal, and the action is on. he's putting away the green flag and grabs the yellow to be prepared in case something goes
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wrong. he needs that flag and maybe a helm helmet. >> oh! >> he got out of the way, though, right? >> he did get out of the way. he was uninjured as were all the drivers, a couple cars get tangled up near the bottom of the track, and then the car driven by scott hall goes up and over, the cars known for horrific accidents. >> does he go back to the position to wave the flag. there's a car on the stand. >> use the flag to point, there it is. >> right there. >> look like he jumped down to help the driver. the impact of the car knock the camera down. he caught himself a good one that time. >> looks like that pole just got him, must be darn strong because that stopped the car. >> he just got out of the way just in time. he was able to kind of, oh, do that lean. >> oh. >> we've seen a lot of videos of
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kittens stuck in the car, and in time, it's python, a big python, and it's not coming out so easy. asou see, they've taken part of the car apart to get this thing out. ? it probably locked up the wheel, you know, because they are constrictors, probably just squeeze around the wheel and couldn't get it going. they have a brake problem. ? they sense something around the pipe, and i don't know if that kills it or tears it apart, but they get the pipe out, and the python is not happy. >> woah. >> oh. >> oh, yeah, is right because that python was mad, like, i was comfortable. i found a nice place to sleep, and you just moved me. snakes are remarkable creatures, but they are scary looking. this video is from costa rica. he was on a river tour, he saw this, a man playing with a crocodile. watch what the guy does.
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>> he kissed it? just standing there, and the crock could eat its head. >> not only that, but lifted up its chin and kissed it like a romantic meeting. >> i wonder if that's just his buddy in there with a crocodile head. >> he fed it a chicken before the kiss happened. >> you feed a chicken to social security not hungry, less likely to bite your head off. >> but a chicken is just an appetizer. >> yeah. lastly, these birds are taught to fill their piggy banks, but they only respond to 50 cent pieces. you want to train a bier to do that if you have one in the house because you drop them all the time, and by the end of the year, you have money for a trip to hawaii. >> just 50 cent pieces? >> why is it so bad today? >> [ bleep ], my mom, my
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girlfriend, [ bleep ], [ bleep ], all that stuff. >> this is a guy listing the reasons he's having a bad day, and then the camera pans, you see the road ahead of him. >> [ bleep ], going [ bleep ] miles per hour hour. [ bleep ]. >> tailgating the dude. >> come on, [ bleep ]. >> oh, he just got brakes. >> come on. [ bleep ] [ bleep ] come on. you want to keep going? [ bleep ] -- does you see pieces of the car driving through the air. drives back and forth. >> come on. [ bleep ] >> the rodeo pulls over, and then -- >> the video ends. >> what happens? >> this video getting a lot of attention online. is this real?
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is it fake? >> that is going to cost you money. >> seems ballsy. >> we have him on skype and larry, the guy on the camera, and the guy named tim driving the rodeo. you look friendly for this video. what's going on here, sam? >> well, there's a lot of distractions these days with people texting, driving, and not paying attention to the road. that this lets other people be in danger, and they might slee you down because they are not on time. >> you are basically poking fun at real road ragers on the road basically? >> kind of, yes, and at the same time, releasing a little of my own. >> to explain what's happening here, you are just wrecking your cars? >> me and tim over here do a lot of demolition derby, stuff like that, nothing new, and this is just the first time we had
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passengers and videotaped. >> you did this on the street. did anyone think you were really road raging? >> we had 37 e-mails to our local law enforcement and a detective show up at my and his work. we were scared at that point, shaking in our boots, as you would say. >> so given this is getting so much attention and that you could have ended up in jail -- >> yes. >> is there a follow-up? >> we planned on part 2 to put it to an end, but we are waiting for written permission on private property so we don't go to jail. ♪ these girls are twerking on the stage. looks like it's a performance. >> looks like someone's backyard. ♪ >> i'm going to just say as far as twerking goes, not the best. if you're going to twerk, be good at it. >> they are twerking to
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"wiggle," and wait until the camera pans over, take a good look at the crowd. >> oh, my gosh. wearing a hello, kitty shirt. >> yeah, camera pans over, and you realize it's a bunch of kids. the kids in the front are, like, what the heck am i looking at? especially the little girl here. >> yes, looks mortified. perplexed. >> the boy on the end is about ready to climb over the ropes. >> where are the parents? i don't get why somebody's not saying, let's go to the cotton candy stand until this group is done. well, aparentally, this is a music festival in romania. like, don't point your butt at the kids. >> it's bad twerking. >> it really is. >> would be a worse video if it was good twerking. >> the best part of the thing is it's a life lesson. we got a life lesson. don't point your butt at the kids. >> yeah. ♪ it's called 360 ball, and
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it's a round ping-pong table, almost. it's a combination of so many sports. find out how the game is played. and no one likes stinky cat litter, so -- >> how about a tech time for your nostrils? >> the trick to keep a clean zent next. what the?
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foster farms chicken gets to the store in 48 hours or less. but it's 4 days to california. there's got to be another way. that could be any number of items, quite frankly. you know if this flight is less than 48 hours? i sure hope so. what? foster farms. celebrating 75 years. always natural. always fresh. join the celebration at take75.com diverted to minneapolis... i think my giblets are frozen. i've bceen a sports fan my whole life, watched sports,
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played sport, but i've never seen anything like this before. 360 ball this is called. >> woah, woah, woah. >> a wrong ping-pong table. >> nick, it's a combination of so many sports. there's a bunch of videos. this is trending now. it's older. watch what they are doing, two on two volleyball almost. you hit it, goes todd other player, but that player hits the guy on his own team who hits it to the other guy, and they hit it off the disk. you try to prevent the other team from getting the ball. it's wild. >> are the walls in play? >> oh, absolutely, nick. you can be anywhere. that's why it's 360 degrees. according to 360ball.net, it was developed in south africa. these guys are the pro level. you can see how points are scored. >> that looks like the serve. off the wall, passes to the teammate. >> you pass to the teammate once, it appears, but then you hit it. >> this is not -- i feel like everybody's just going to smack into each other because you run around.
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>> they must be playing for a while. the guy in the black is matt because the guy in the yellow bumped into him as the last second prevents him from getting the ball. >> dropped the racket down. what the heck is this? >> this is one more thing that i would absolutely suck at. >> difficult to look at this as a game because it's so weirdly different. >> was tennis too boring? racketball too easy? >> i just needed something more difficult? >> yeah. >> when it comes to technology, don't think enough time has been spent on the nostrils. >> yeah. >> on the olfactory nerves, if you will. the nose holes, as some call them. >> uses them well? zach. >> hey, zach. >> hello. >> you can use this. >> i love my cats, but they know
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how to stink up the joint. >> this is for people who have litter boxes that make the house smelly. it's gross, you go to a house, not all cat owners, but some, you go in, and you know, immediately, oh, a cat lives here. >> it's a cat. >> yeah. this is to get rid of the smell, a ventilation system for the litter box. you need a drier vent, pc fannings that's it. he hooked it up to a battery and iced a switch. >> if the smells are bad, click on the switch, and forget about it. >> hey, if you don't mind having that functiony thing in the living room, good. it's better having that weird thing in the living room than your living room smelling terribly. this is great, too, because there products out there to buy that do the same, but they are expensive. if you have these materials already, you can do it cheap. >> we don't need to ventilate you. >> no. >> he's a dad who loves to nap,
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and his son loves to document it. sleeping on the couch. sleeping by the pool. sleeping watching tv. now hear from the son who is putting dad's snooze on blast. >> thinks he's a minor internet celebrity. >> he's doing pullups with one single finger. >> why any pullup you can do, he can do better. >> look at that.
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naps, everybody loves them. you know who really loves naps? dad. you know the dad who really loves naps? mike's dad, so much that mike, ha-ha, made a blog about his dad, gary. he says, my dad falls asleep everywhere for more than a year i've been documenting it. sorry, dad. here is gary, mike's dad,
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sleeping on the couch, sleeping by the pool, sleeping by tv, sleeping in the pool, sleeping, sleeping, sleeping. the stipulation was, please, don't show photos where i look fat, so, for example, here mike took the liberty to put that little circle there, censor, not fat, and you notice a couple times throughout gary was picky about that particular thing because look at this blog. it continues. dad on father's day, dad likes this sleeping move, which i appreciate, the cross arms. >> i like this guy, obviously, very relaxed. >> i think it's a hilarious idea for a blog, a funny thing for a son to do. >> brilliant. >> mike is here right this minute to talk about his very, very sleepy dad, gary, and his blog. so tell us the story.
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what is up with your dad? >> the funnyist part, i did not start this until i moved out of my parents' house. this is when i go home to visit. the running joke is he only sleeps when i'm there. >> reflection on you then, mike, if he sleeps when you're around, you're boring. >> i think i'm the problem. >> you have a favorite? >> one of the earliest ones >> this is a fox news special report. >> from the fox news world headquarters in new york city i'm bill hemmer. we're awaiting a statement from the president on vacation in martha's vineyard. we believe, although the white house has not bn clear on this, he will make his first statement since the beheading of american journalist james foley became public. a brutal execution that was first seen on the internet at the hand of islamic terrorists. foley kidnapped in syria in november of 2012.
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the group isis says that foley's death was in retaliation for us air strikes against militants in iraq. u.s. intelligence just in the past hour confirming that tape is authentic. intelligence source telling fox news, chief intelligence correspondent catherine herridge that the analysis will continue over issues like the landscape on the tape, trying to determine the likely location and possibly the voices heard on that tape, including the masked executioner, who appears to speak with a british accent. the identification of the executioner said to be a top priority for the intelligence community here and in europe. as we recently reported, more than 12,000 foreign fighters said to be in syria with more than 1,000 coming from europe. a recent study out of london concludes that british nationals are taking up some of the more violent roles in syria, suicide bombers and executioners. we report that on the same day that british prime minister
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david cameron says he will cut his vacation short and come back to work in london as we await the president and his statement in a matter of moments here in martha's vineyard. here now the president, the commander-in-chief. >> good afternoon, everybody. today the entire world is appalled by the brutal murder of jim foley bit terrorist group isil. jim was a journalist, a son, a brother, and a friend. he reported from difficult and dangerous places bearing witness to the lives of people a world away. he was taken hostage nearly two years ago in syria and he was courageously reporting at the time on the conflict there. jim was taken from us in an act of violence that shocked the conscience of the entire world. he was 40 years old, one of five siblings, the son of a mom and dad who worked tirelessly for
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his release. earlier today i spoke to the foleys and told them that we are all heartbroken at their loss and join them in honoring jim and all that he did. jim foley's life stand in stark contrast to his killers. let's be clear about isil. they have rampaged across cities and villages, killing innocent, unarmed civilians in cowardly acts of violence. they abduct women and children and subject them to torture and rape, and slavery. they have murdered muslims, both sunni and shia, by the thousands. they target christians and religious minorities, driving them from their homes, murdering them when they can, for no other reason than they practice a
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different religion. they declared their ambition to commit genocide against an ancient people. so isil speaks for no religion. they're victims are overwhelmingly muslim and no faith teaches people to massacre innocents. no just god would stand for what they did yesterday and what they do every single day. isil has no ideology of any value to human beings. their ideology is bankrupt. they may claim out of expediency they are at war with the united states or the west, but the fact is they terrorized their neighbors and offer them nothing but an endless slavery to their empty vision. and the collapse of any definition of civilized behavior. people like this ultimately
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fail. they fail because the future is won by those who build and not destroy and the world is shaped by people like jim foley and the overwhelming majority of humanity that are appalled by those who killed him. the united states of america will continue to do what we must do to protect our people. we will be vigilant and we will be relentless. when people harm americans anywhere we do what is necessary to see that justice is done, and we act against isil standing alongside others. the people of iraq, who with our support are taking the fight to isil must continue to come together to expel these terrorists from their communities. the people of syria whose story jim foley told, do not deserve live under the shadow of a tyrant or terrorists. they have our support in their pursuit of future rooted in
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dignity. from governments and peoples across the middle east there has to be a common effort to extract this cancer so that it does not spread. there has to be clear rejection of these kind of nilistic ideologies. one thing we can all agree on is that a group like isil has no place in the 21st century. friend and allies around the world, we share a common security and a common set of values that are rooted in the opposite what we saw yesterday and we will continue to confront this hateful terrorism and replace it with a sense of hope and civility. that's what jim foley stood for, a man who lived his work, who courageously told the stories of his fellow human beings and who was liked and loved by friend and family. today the american people will
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all say a prayer for those who loved jim. all of us feel the ache of his absence, all of us mourn his loss. we keep in our prayers those other americans who are separated from their families. we will do everything that we can to protect our people and the timeless values that we stand for. may god bless and keep jim's memory and may god bless the united states of america. >> just a few minutes there and stern statement from the president. no fate teaching people to massacre innocents. no just god would stand for what they do. president obama, a stern statement about isis. james foley, executed, american, graduated from marquette university in 1996. journalist that reported from some of the toughest places in the world. his death was shown online. his family in new hampshire speaking a short time ago about the respect they have for their son. in fact this is his father and mother now at their home in new hampshire. the president saying the cancer,
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referring to islamic terrorism, can not spread. meanwhile dozens of western reporters are still listed as missing in syria. one by the name of steven sotloff, another american. he is being held. his fate is not known. at the end of the video that shows foley es execution a picture of sotloff is shown on the video. the terrorists say they are waiting for the next decision by president obama. sotloff's family lives in pinecrest, florida. one can only know what anxiety they're feeling at moment. these moments are happening quick and stay tuned to this fox channel and this fox station for all the day's breaking news. we're online all the time at foxnews.com. i'm bill hemmer. in new york. >> this has been a fox news >> this has been a fox news special report....
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